On March 31st I had an awesome opportunity to be a part of the 11th Annual NKY TBI Conference as a keynote speaker. I also had an awesome time the evening before the conference at dinner with staff from Kentucky’s NeuroRestorative team. Thank you for including, being so kind to me and paying for my dinner.
Several days ago I wrote an article to share the opportunity with my readers. To share the opportunity with individuals who learn through watching and listening I decided to create a video presentation of the article.
To listen to and watch the video presentation of the article, you may click on this link: Second Chance to Live Keynote Presentation and the 11th Annual NKY TBI Conference Video Presentation
To read the complete article, you may click on this link: Second Chance to Live Keynote Presentation and the 11th Annual NKY TBI Conference
Below is a brief excerpt from the article from which this video presentation is created.
Summarization of my keynote presentation
Last week I had the opportunity to be a keynote speaker at ELEVENTH ANNUAL NKY TBI CONFERENCE – March 31, 2017, in Erlanger, Kentucky. My hour long presentation was before 275 individuals and my topic was: Brain Injury Recovery is a Process, Not a Destination. http://www.bridgesnky.org/2017_Speaker_Handouts.php
“Brain Injury Recovery is a Process, Not a Destination”
YouTube Video: Increasing my Brain’s and my Body’s Ability to Thrive after Brain Injury
Craig J. Phillips, MRS, BA and TBI Survivor
Visit his website: http://secondchancetolive.org
During the presentation, I shared some of my history living with the impact of an open skull fracture, right frontal lobe damage and a severe brain bruise when I was 10 years old in 1967. I then went on to share a message of support, encouragement, and hope through a power point presentation. You may view the power point presentation by clicking on this link: Brain Injury Recovery is a Process, Not a Destination.
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